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What Problems Can Cosmetic dentistry Fix

January 29, 2021
Posted By: The Smile Shop
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Even if you brush and floss regularly and visit your dentist on time for checkups and teeth cleanings, your teeth can still be discolored, uneven, or not as symmetrical as you would like.

In our Durham, NC dental office, we offer cosmetic dentistry options to help you love your smile again. And we can typically find solutions to fit most budgets.

Crooked or Worn Teeth

Dental veneers are the ideal solution to slightly crooked or worn teeth. These thin but strong tooth shells go over the front of your teeth to conceal several dental flaws, including:

  • Gummy smiles
  • Symmetrical issues
  • Misshapen teeth

We also offer Invisalign in our dental office for discreet orthodontics.

Flawed and Discolored Teeth

Dental crowns in Durham, NC are typically used to strengthen a weak tooth, support a dental bridge, or top a dental implant. But you can also rely on the versatile crown to hide a flawed tooth. This includes chips, stains, and shape issues. A dental crown is a tooth-shaped jacket that fits over a treated tooth to the gum line.

Dental bonding is another great and inexpensive option. This method relies on tooth-colored resin spread over an unsightly, discolored, or misshapen tooth. It uses the same material as our white fillings and can even close small gaps between teeth.

Another great option for tooth discoloration is professional teeth whitening, designed to lift away stubborn stains and leave you with a whiter and brighter smile.

Your dentist can use one or more cosmetic treatments to help you achieve the smile you’ve been looking for.

Are You a Good Candidate for Cosmetic Dentistry in Durham, NC?

To learn whether you’re a good candidate for cosmetic dentistry, we encourage you to contact our dental office to arrange a consultation. Your dentist wants to learn more about your smile goals.

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